Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of former US President Donald Trump, is set to invest about $ 3 billion in Israeli technology companies to create an “investment corridor” between the occupation and Saudi Arabia.
The money raised by Jared Kushner from Riyadh will soon be invested directly in high-tech companies “Israel”, according to a special report in The American Wall Street Journal.
The $ 600 billion Saudi Public Investment Fund is one of the largest sovereign funds in the world.
The Wall Street Journal said: “Saudi Public Investment Fund money” is the first known example of investment being directed to Israel, and that Kushner used the Affinity Partners Company to create an “investment corridor” between Zionist institutions and the Saudi government.
The paper noted that the decision was the first known case in which funds from the “Saudi Public Investment Fund” were sent to “Israel”, citing the country’s growing desire to confront Tel Aviv.
Kushner’s private equity firm has received huge Saudi investments following the cancellation of a series of protests by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Sovereign Wealth Fund advisers.
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